Press Release

March 28, 2018

CONCORD, NH -- Earlier today, the Boston Globe reported that the State of Massachusetts has officially cut ties with the proposed Northern Pass project, after conditionally selecting it last month for that state's Clean Energy RFP.

Protect the Granite State Senior Advisor Judy Reardon offered the following comment on today's developments:

From Reardon:  "Today's decision by Massachusetts to terminate its prior selection of Northern Pass for that state's Clean Energy RFP is yet another gut punch to a dying project.  After eight years, enough is enough.  It's long time for New Hampshire to move on from Northern Pass."

Protect the Granite State is a Concord-based non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots organization established to provide New Hampshire residents with information about the Northern Pass Project, the 192-mile long transmission line that is slated to be built from Canada through New England.  Its mission is to give greater voice to the thousands of Granite Staters who have grave concerns about the significant negative impact the project would have on New Hampshire's landscape and tourism economy while delivering no benefits to ratepayers.